There is no nice way to approach the condition that vaginal tightening aims to fix, so I won’t beat around the bush. The most sensitive subject a woman can deal with after undergoing pregnancy and a natural birth, ageing and even going through menopause is vaginal laxity.
The vaginal walls are made up of flexible, fibrous material similar to skin, and laxity is caused in just as similar ways; through stress or trauma. The leading causes of laxity is childbirth, which can cause the vaginal walls to become overstretched, which can reduce sensitivity and tightness in the area.
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Ageing is always associated with muscle relaxation, and these muscles are no exception, and when combined with natural collagen breakdown, contributes to loosening. As oestrogen levels fall with menopause, around 50% of women will experience looseness, along with the other, often disheartening symptoms of the maturation process every woman goes through.
With conditions like vaginal laxity, it is important to know that you are not alone, and that there are methods of treatment that can greatly improve sensitivity and tightness, and address problems like mild to moderate bladder leakage.
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